100%(4)4 out of 4 people found this document helpful
This preview shows page 5 - 6 out of 6 pages.
reason to make college free, however they fail to examine the cons of that. As you can see, college should remain paid because of the scholarships, grants, and financial aid available to the student. In conclusion there are various of programs, opportunities, and assistance that can be provided to the student in order to aid with college. The college process can alone be difficult to handle but paying for college needs to stay in place. It gives the student a chance to get the real experience of college which included handling business, paying for college, making a future and grasp a understanding of the real world. College is an experience and taking away tuition and fees would not give student the real experience. College should not be made free because it decreases the experience, causes an overflow in colleges, increase in completion rates, and all of the tuition cost then falls on the taxpayers. References
6ARGUMENTATIVE PAPER Akers, Beth. “Don't Ruin College by Making It Free.” Education Next, 5 Mar. 2020, Crabbe-Field, S. (2017, November 14). The Promise of "Free" College. Retrieved from Digest of Education Statistics, 2018. (n.d.). Retrieved June 21, 2020, from \“Low Income or Bad Credit Education Grants.” College Scholarships.org., 2020, .Page, Max, and Dan Clawson. “It's Time to Push for Free College.” NEA, 2019, .Ordway, D.-M. (2020, April 9). Offering 'free college' and free-tuition programs: What the research says. Retrieved from Writer, A. (2019, December 17). Scholarship & Grant Opportunities for College Students. Retrieved June 22, 2020, from